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    Classes and Education

    Use the search options below to find classes of interest to you. Sutter Health affiliates offer classes in locations throughout Northern California.


    Hosted by the WHRC, this series is intended to teach a gentle yoga practice to support overall wellness and healing process. Each sequence will include basic principles of movement, alignment and breathing awareness. No drop-ins. Next class : September 2
    A gentle yoga practice to support overall wellness and the healing process, the class is intended for beginners and those with chronic health conditions such as cancer, diabetes and arthritis. Hosted by the WHRC. No drop-ins. Next class : September 2
    Las invitamos a participar en un grupo de apoyo para mujeres Latinas con cancer del seno. El primer y tercer martes de cada mes.

    We invite you to a free breast support group for Spanish-speaking women. Next class : September 2

    Community Health Resource Center: Free health screenings are available to the community at the Mission YMCA. Come every month for different screenings: cholesterol, glucose, body mass index, and blood pressure. Next class : September 12
    Join Registered Dietitian/Diabetes Educator and Certified Health Fitness Specialist, Valerie Spier for a discussion on the benefits of exercising. Next class : November 4
    Join Dr. Nancy Brown for a conversation about sexuality, intimacy, new partners, and HIV risks for the older adult. Next class : October 1
    For women and men who are living with an ongoing cancer challenge. 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month, 3:30-4:30pm. Next class : September 3
    The free program offers a monthly workshop to help women offset appearance-related changes from cancer treatment. Next class : September 22
    Receive free instruction on coping with appearance related side effects of cancer treatment. Learn how to cope with hair loss and skin changes. Stay from 3-4 p.m. for free wig fitting. Hosted by the WHRC and the American Cancer Society. Next class : September 18
    The low FODMAP diet is considered to be one of the most effective diet therapies to reduce the gastrointestinal symptoms experienced by people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Next class : October 1